“The economy of Egypt and the Arab” leads the discussion forum “Davos”

Agency “Bloomberg” economic issues that the Egyptian economy and the Arab topped the agenda of the World Economic Forum “Davos”, and that on the first anniversary of the Revolution of January 25.

The meeting discussed the economic growth, which stopped in the Arab countries, falling stock markets and bond yields Egyptian at a record, with the Treasury for a period of nine months and reached its lowest level 15.802%, and foreign direct investment in the Middle East and North Africa in the past year reached the lowest level since 2005.

The “Bloomberg” that the failure to attract investment threatens to derail the transition to democratic rule, while the energy-rich countries such as Saudi Arabia, sought to eliminate the protests by reducing the rates of unemployment, for example.

The World Economic Forum was held a year ago, specifically on 28 January last year, and the delegates are following what has happened in Egypt Ahtajmat time and known as the “Fri anger”, the report pointed out that after almost a year from this day, protesters accuse the army of bad management phase transition in the country, and the use of tactics similar to the one practiced by Mubarak to stifle the opposition.

Dozens have been killed in clashes between demonstrators and security forces in the past three months.

Among the most prominent Arab officials who went to Davos, Mohamed Al-Mady, CEO of Saudi Basic Industries, and director of the largest petrochemical company in Saudi Arabia, Rafiq Bin Abdul Salam, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia.